So about that subject – Why Winning is Better Than Losing. Well, of course, winning is better than losing. And losing a little is better than losing a lot. Another way to say that would be that losing slower is better than losing quickly.
How to Make Playing Multiple Tracks Easy Someone from our Talking Handicapping Group on Facebook asked how they could better manage playing multiple tracks because they were often missing out on some pretty good bets. During the heat of battle it is just so easy to make mistakes or to miss the obvious.
How to Make Your Handicapping Process Work Better Handicappers live or die by the process they use to handicap with. You should constantly be striving to improve and simplify your handicapping process. A common pitfall is to fall into the habit of giving minor factors too much importance.
Try Handicapping Every Race the Same Way A while back I was doing a private online coaching session with a new user of our software. We began with the player sharing his screen as he handicapped live races. In each race he walked me through the process of what he was doing and which horses […]
Why Your Extra Handicapping is Killing You Recently there was a discussion in our Talking Handicapping Facebook group where someone asked if anyone pays attention to the payoffs in the daily double pool. I really see this as part of what I call the Too Many Moving Parts problem. Now, don’t misunderstand me: I am […]